>> Black the color of choice at this year's Baftas. But that decision less about fashion and more about politics. As stars show their support for the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment. Many of the famous faces also up to to bring activists and campaigners as their dates and wore Time's Up badges, too.
Now, the red carpet recent shift of politics may have had some influence on the nominations and the eventual winners with films featuring female leads faring well leading up to the events and at the awards, too.>> My daughter Angela was murdered seven months ago.>> Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, the story of a mother who rents three billboards to draw attention to her daughter's unsolved murder was the biggest winner on Sunday nights.
>> Picking up five awards including best film and best actress for its lead, Frances McDormand. She chose not to wear black telling the Bafta audience that she had a little trouble with compliance.>> I want to you to know that I stand in full solidarity with my sisters tonight in black.
>> Among the activist at the ceremony were human rights campaigner, Loung Ung, who came with Angelina Jolie, and co-founder of UK Black Pride, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, who accompanied Andrea Riseborough.>> No silencing because when you're silent in situations of injustice, it means you've chosen the side of the oppressor.
>> Sisters united will never be defeated.>> Earlier on Sunday, British newspaper, The Observor, prublished an open letter, calling for sexual abuse and harassment to be stamped out. Signed by 190 actresses including British Oscar winners, Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet.